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Travel Blogs from Paris

A sunny day in Paris

A travel blog entry by quinlet on Jun 11, 2014

... train has over the plane you have to wonder why Eurostar squanders this by trying to act like an airline as much as it can.

To be fair, coming home there were fewer delays than usual passing through Passport control and security at Gare du Nord and the train started boarding half an hour before departure - which is sensible, allowing for trickle boarding. And while I had ...

It's A Lazy, Rainy Sunday In Paris!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Jan 26, 2014

7 photos

... amp; decided to experiment & fried some goat cheese ~ delicious! It's been raining here all day, so I just sat around the apartment & finished my book. Made myself a sandwich with goat cheese, prosciutto & lettuce on a baguette earlier…a French Dagwood!

Around 4pm I headed out, I wasn't going to let the weather keep me from going out any longer. Headed to the Sacre Couer, it's tradition that I visit here ...


A travel blog entry by emseurope on Nov 30, 2013

15 photos

... on occasion getting very close) they did look very agitated and unhappy with the situation hence us believing the act was cut short. Other animals in the show were 5 miniature horse which were VERY adorable and well behaved apart from trying to chew their way through their bridle!

The acts and stories were broken up to 4 with other non Moulin Rogue acts coming out to entertain us. The first act was a comedian that juggled everything then moved onto juggling with his mouth ...

The Louvre and Notre Dame

A travel blog entry by krissi.w on Oct 06, 2013

30 photos

... statues that look down at Frollo after he kills Quasimodo's mother, and the huge circular stained glass window thar Esmeralda sings in front of. Mass was going on when I went in, and there were literal buttloads of people. It must be weird to be at church and have dozens of slack jawed tourists walking through. The frankincense was so thick that clouds of it were wafting around. Little alcoves lined both sides of the main area where the congregation ...

The Blue Man goes to Paris

A travel blog entry by sandrajette on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 31 photos

... wonderful time getting to know their European relations. I think it is safe to say that this was one of their favourite experiences so far. I am finishing this entry on the fast train to Antibe, which left at 1449 hours on 10 August, arriving at 2006 hours. A short cab ride later should get us to our much larger suite in this French summer holiday paradise. Time for a vacation from the vacation. I think the first thing I'll do is wash my blue shirt, but not with the ...